LotR El Señor De Los Anillos - La Comunidad Del Anillo (Spanish)
Posted on 10/24/03 @ 12:00 AM
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Esta campaña en castellano está basada en la primer parte de El Señor De Los Anillos. Sus misiones son "El Fin De La Segunda Edad" (la batalla en la que Sauron fue destruido, un clásico asedio a una ciudad fortificada), El Hobbit (la fiesta de cumpleaños de Bilbo, misión económica de 1 jugador), Tres es Companía (el viaje de Frodo y amigos a Rivendel) y La Comunidad Del Anillo (los viajes de la Comunidad por Caradhras, las Minas de Moria y Lothlorien, hasta su separación; estas 2 ultimas son misiones de personajes). Important note: it is based in the book, not in the movie
This campaign, in spanish, is based over the first part of The Lord Of The Rings. The missions are "El Fin de La Segunda Edad" (the destruction of Sauron, a siege against a fortified city), "El Hobbit" (the birthday of Bilbo, a 1 player economic mission), "Tres Es Compania" (the journey of Frodo and friends to Rivendel) and "La Comunidad Del Anillo" (the adventures of the Fellowship in Caradhras, Moria mines and Lothlorien, until their bear up; those 2 last are role playing adventures). Important note: The campaign is based in the book, not the movie
How can we play this campaign unless we speak Spanish?
Bilbo File Author
Posted on 11/22/03 @ 12:00 AM
Sorry, but for now it's only available in spanish, as I told in the description. When I finish making the trilogy (I'm at The Two Towers, the adventure of Merry and Pippin with the orcs and the ents is complete, and the 2 others are almost there) I will go back and traduct it all, for now I want to use all the ideas I have for it before I forget them. Also, there are traductions I won't find in any dictionary (such as Bolson = Baggins or Trancos = Strider), and I would have to investigate somehow wich names are the same and wich names have been modified for the spanish book I have.
I hope I didn't make you go for the trouble of downloading a campaign you couldn't play, but I thought it was clear, by name and in my description, that it was in spanish.